I grew up with parents who were obsessed with the Moody Blues. I don't even want to contemplate the number of times I've heard Nights in White Satin. When I heard the name of the forthcoming X-Men movie, my first thought was, "Wait, isn't that the name of a Moody Blues album?" (Close: Days of Future Past vs. Passed.) I'm too young to know this crap.
Eyeliner girl: Start watching makeup tutorials on YouTube. Checkout Pixiwoo, Wayne Goss, Linda Eldridge... You're bound to pick up some tips.
@MilesofMountains Yeah, it's not *just* the conflict aspect; mostly I'd just rather be doing something else. My husband and his friend play Pandemic, and I am just not interested. I'd rather be reading a book or watching a movie or crocheting...
Oh God, I hate games—board and card. My husband's family wants me to play euchre, my husband and most of our friends love board games, and I just hate it. I can handle Scrabble and Bananagrams, but I'd still rather be doing a crossword puzzle on paper than playing with a group. For some reason multiplayer games feel like mini-fights...I dislike the inherent conflict of trying to win.
@likethestore If only. But no, it's really just me. I am a klutz.
I've been shaving my legs for nearly 20 years, and I still cut myself approximately 9 out of 10 times that I shave with a non-electric razor. Always knees or ankles, usually both. I'm never going to get better at this, am I?
@OhMarie My husband harassed me until I read World War Z. I just wasn't interested at first because I've never been into zombies. Of course the book made me realize that the reason I'm "not into zombies" is because I'M FREAKING TERRIFIED OF THEM.
@K.@twitter I just came here to post about Wait Till Helen Comes. That book and The Dollhouse Murders wrecked me when I was a kid.
@dj pomegranate Aw, thanks! Not sure I'm brave enough to wear full-on white, but maybe I can look into some more pastel colors. (I have a pair of light gray tights that don't look too bad.)